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Ole Miss Women’s Basketball Pulls Away From Austin Peay

Photo by Paul Keeglaghan
Photo by Paul Keeglaghan
The Ole Miss women’s basketball team (10-2) moved to 9-0 at The Pavilion at Ole Miss with a 66-38 win over Austin Peay on Tuesday night. The win was the third straight for the Rebels who moved to 10-2 on the season with the victory.

For the second consecutive game Chrishae Rowe (Riverside, Calif.) led the Ole Miss offense with 20 points – her second consecutive game in double figures and her first 20-point outing of the year – to go along with seven rebounds. Erika Sisk (Oxford, Miss.) was also in double figures with 15 points, while Shandricka Sessom (Byhalia, Miss.) led the way on the glass with eight rebounds and 10 points. Taylor Manuel (St. Louis, Mo.) added 11 points and seven boards as well for her second game in double figures in the last three outings.

Austin Peay came out of the locker room fired up after the halftime break and opened up the quarter with a 10-4 run before Ole Miss closed the quarter with a 13-2 run of their own spearheaded by crucial rebounds and a bucket from Manuel as Ole Miss extended its lead to 25 points late in third quarter.

The fourth quarter saw Ole Miss’ lead balloon to 30 points – the largest of the game – at the 7:28 mark as the home team cruised to its 10th win od the season, equaling its entire win total from a year ago.

The Rebels saw their lead begin to dwindle in the second quarter as the visitors opened the quarter with four unanswered points to cut Ole Miss’ 10-point lead to six with just three minutes off the game clock, while Ole Miss couldn’t buy a bucket. The Rebels struggled from the field, but Rowe was a nice spark as she tallied six second-quarter points to swing the momentum towards the home squad, as Ole Miss took a 32-15 lead at the break.

After a sluggish start to the game, which saw Ole Miss fall behind 2-0 early, the home team settled into a good rhythm spearheaded by four quick points for hometown girl Sisk as Ole Miss jumped ahead, 13-4 at the 3:38 mark of the first quarter. Ole Miss got going on the defensive end and held the Governors without a bucket for 5:12 midway through the quarter as they used a 12-2 run to pull ahead by 10 points at the end of the quarter.

Ole Miss held Austin Peay to just 12.5 percent (3-of-24) shooting in the first quarter.

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports


NFL Rebels Weekly Update

elimanning-300x221.jpgHere at OleMissSports.com, we are proud to update Rebel fans on the exploits of our former players who lace up their cleats on Sundays in the NFL. Ole Miss has a big presence in the league again this year. There are currently 21 former Rebels on NFL rosters, including two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning, recent Super Bowl participants Brandon Bolden and Michael Oher, and 2016 first-round draft picks Robert Nkemdiche, Laquon Treadwell and Laremy Tunsil.

Ten former Rebels made appearances last week, including eight as starters. Bradley Sowell started at right tackle for the Seattle Seahawks to help secure the NFC West title.

Here’s a rundown of how each former Rebel performed in week 15 of the 2016 NFL season:

 

#38 BRANDON BOLDEN | RB | New England Patriots

Had a special teams tackle in the Patriots’ victory over the Broncos (16-3).  

 

#64 FAHN COOPER | OL | San Francisco 49ers (PS)

A member of the 49ers’ practice squad.

 

#16 CODY CORE | WR | Cincinnati Bengals

Made his second straight start at wide receiver and collected two receptions for 13 yards in a loss to Pittsburgh (24-22).  

 

#37 TRAE ELSTON | DB | Cleveland Browns

Was inactive for the Browns’ loss to Buffalo (33-13).  

 

#27 SENQUEZ GOLSON | CB | Pittsburgh Steelers

Is on injured reserve.  

 

#74 WOODROW HAMILTON | DT | New England Patriots

Did not see action in the Patriots’ victory over the Broncos (16-3).

 

#77 JOHN JERRY | OG | New York Giants

Started at right guard in the Giants’ victory over Detroit (17-6).   

 

#23 KENDRICK LEWIS | S | Baltimore Ravens

Has been placed on injured reserve.

 

#10 ELI MANNING | QB | New York Giants

Started at QB for New York, going 20 of 28 for 201 yards with two touchdowns in a victory over Detroit (17-6).  

 

VIDEO: Manning to Odell with an Unbelievable Catch

 

#70 BOBBY MASSIE | OT | Chicago Bears

Started at right tackle in the Bears’ loss to the Packers (30-27).  

 

#22 DEXTER MCCLUSTER | WR | San Diego Chargers

Placed on injured reserve due to a fractured forearm.   

 

#10 DONTE MONCRIEF | WR | Indianapolis Colts

Did not see action in the Colts’ victory over Minnesota (34-6) due to a hamstring injury.   

 

#90 ROBERT NKEMDICHE | DT | Arizona Cardinals

Saw action in Arizona’s loss to New Orleans (48-41).     

 

#73 MICHAEL OHER | OT | Carolina Panthers

Is on injured reserve.  

 

#78 JERMEY PARNELL | OT | Jacksonville Jaguars

Started at right tackle in Jacksonville’s loss to Houston (21-20).   

 

#33 JAMARCA SANFORD | S | New Orleans Saints

Is on injured reserve.

 

#78 BRADLEY SOWELL | OT | Seattle Seahawks

Started at right tackle in Seattle’s victory over Los Angeles (24-3) to secure the NFC West title on Thursday Night Football.

 

#11 LAQUON TREADWELL | WR | Minnesota Vikings

Did not see action in Minnesota’s loss to Indianapolis (34-6).  

 

#67 LAREMY TUNSIL | G | Miami Dolphins

Started at left guard in the Dolphins’ victory over the Jets (34-13).   

 

#12 MIKE WALLACE | WR | Baltimore Ravens

Started at WR for Baltimore, logging two receptions for 60 yards in a 27-26 victory over Philadelphia.

 

#71 CHANNING WARD | DE | Tampa Bay Buccaneers (PS)

A member of the Bucs’ practice squad.

 

PS = practice squad

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports


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